LACP Exposure Weekend – Photo Book events

By Melanie Chapman and Douglas Stockdale • The Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) 2019 Exposure Weekend, held at the Hotel Mdr in Marina del Rey, California, incorporated a number of photobook events; an exhibition of the first LACP Photographic Book Competition, a one-day book workshop led by Elizabeth Avedon, and Book Panel discussion. Elizabeth... Continue Reading →

Medium Festival of Photography – Photo Book development workshop

Douglas Stockdale, workshop leader, photograph copyright scott b. davis ________________ Guest Editorial – T.W. Moore I recently had the opportunity to take Douglas Stockdale’s workshop, Developing a Creative Photo Book through Medium Festival of Photography in San Diego. The weekend workshop goal was to “develop a working book dummy while exploring the creative possibilities of the... Continue Reading →

LACP workshop: Marketing Your Photo Book

Just a brief followup reminder from my earlier announcement in April that there is still space available for the LACP (Los Angles Center of Photography) workshop Marketing Your Photo Book which I am leading. Marketing and selling a photobook has similarities to photographic prints but there are enough nuances that if not addressed can end... Continue Reading →

Two book workshops for the Left Coast

Copyright 2016/7 Douglas Stockdale I am very excited to announce that I will be providing two more photobook workshops in partnership with LACP (Los Angeles Center for Photography) at their Los Angeles facilities later this year. Both have a 20% early-bird sign up until May 26th. Marketing Your Photo Book - This is a one-day... Continue Reading →

Printing donations for Book design workshop

Courtesy of Dual Graphics & Peanut Press, 2017 photo by Douglas Stockdale I have been asking around to various publishers and book printing companies for some commercial signatures to help illustrate some aspects of my pending Introduction to Photo Book Design workshop. A signature is somewhat foreign to photographers who have not been involved in commercial printing... Continue Reading →

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